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Use Weights & Biases for free to track experiments, collaborate, and publish results

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Collaborate easily, whether your colleagues are sitting in the same lab or thousands of miles away. W&B gives you a shared set of dashboards and a space to write notes on interactive graphs. This system of records makes it possible to look across all the experiments you've run in a project, not just the last few that you remembered to write down.

Cite Weights & Biases

Are you writing an academic paper? Cite Weights & Biases as your experiment tracking tool. Here are some pre-generated citations for you:
"We used Weights & Biases for experiment tracking and visualizations to develop insights for this paper."

Bibtex Citation

@misc{wandb, title = {Experiment Tracking with Weights and Biases}, year = {2020}, note = {Software available from wandb.com}, url={https://www.wandb.com/}, author = {Biewald, Lukas}, }

IEEE Citation

L. Biewald, “Experiment Tracking with Weights and Biases,” Weights & Biases. [Online]. Available: http://wandb.com/. [Accessed: Add date here]. Software available from wandb.com

Papers published with Weights & Biases

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    Variational Learning with Disentanglement-PyTorch by Amir Abdi et al, at NeurIPS 2019
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    Multi-Head Attention: Collaborate Instead of Concatenate by Jean-Baptiste Cordonnier et al.
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